Granny’s Cranberry Relish

So amongst the pre-holiday madness, I realize that I’ve been neglecting my blog just a tad bit. However, I’m committed to posting quality content on here and I can tell you now that I wouldn’t have been able to put anything of great quality on here in the last few days. That being said, I now have an excellent recipe to share with you, just in time for holiday meals. My side of the family celebrated Thanksgiving this past Sunday evening. Along with smoked turkey, stuffing, and lots of other awesome sides was this much anticipated dish made by my Granny.

She makes the best cranberry relish! Luckily for me, she also usually sends home whatever is left with us to enjoy. In all honesty, this little bit is what’s left and I plan to relish this relish as soon as I post this recipe. It is yummy, pretty to look at, and easy to make as well. So, if you’re looking for a new recipe for your repertoire, this is a good one!

1 bag cranberries

4 C apples

2 C crushed pineapple

3/4 C sugar

1/4 tsp salt

1 package Cranberry jello

1 C boiling water

Chop cranberries and apples. Add pineapple, sugar, and salt. Mix thoroughly. Dissolve the Jello in boiling water. Allow to cool, then add to mixture. Chill thoroughly. Keeps for many days.

Thanks Granny!

2 thoughts on “Granny’s Cranberry Relish”

  1. The ingredients in this scream my name! It looks oh so yummy! Wish I had some of this right about now 🙂

    Thank you for linking up .. cant wait to see what you share this week!

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